I have done a deep research I think these are the best two possibilities:
The Art Institutes of Philadelphia - Online - Media arts & animation - Bachelor (http://aionline.edu/media-arts-animation-degree/)
City University of New York (Queens college) - Campus - Digital media program - Bachelor (http://www.cuny.edu/academics/programs/notable/digital-media.html)
:) I`m interested especificly in taking these classes:
General digital art
Drawing for 3D animation and storyboard
3D modeling, texturing, compositing, animating and rendering
Sound FX designer and music composer
Film editing, composing and mastering
:cool: I am good at:
Creativity (Freaky MacGyver-like ideas)
Drawing (Finishing, shadows, shades, etc)
Music (Recording, Editing, Mixing, Composing)
Video and Image (Editing, Composing, Rendering)
3D (Modeling, texturing, Rendering, Stereographic)
PC (almost any task)
I know what you may think. :surprised :argh: :eek: :curious: :rolleyes: . But I can manage to handle any software with a little practice and some Internet research and tutorials, but, for now, I`ve only experience with these mayor software:
Adobe After Effects
Magix Video Pro
Corel Video Studio
Natural motion Endorphin
And so, and so...
As you can see, I haven`t almost any experience with Autodesk 3D Studio or Maya or ZBrush, because I know that they are extense classes that I may learn in college.
:beer: Now, what I`m asking for is:
Advises about any college requirement or career tips.
Advises according to my interests, knowledge and your experience.
Opinions about what topics should I be studying or software that should I be practicing.
Statistics about jobs hirings on each branch of my career so that I can focus my effort on that one.
Computer hardware or software requirements.
Tips about learning or software techniques.
Any other useful opinion, advise, idea, tool, webpage or possibility.
I really have a passion for this carreer and I really hope that you could help me. :bowdown:
Meanwhile... Me :banghead: